The NOMA, a boutique collection of 55 residences in the 24 story Neo-Bauhaus sculptural tower designed by FXCollaborative, has reached 100% sell out. The building, located in the heart of the NoMad neighborhood, was developed by Alchemy Properties and sales were led by Alchemy Properties’ Timothy McCarthy and Corcoran Groups’ Shelley O’ Keefe.
The NOMA draws inspiration from the NoMad neighborhood’s architectural past and industrious roots. The NOMA’s striking aesthetic updates classic forms inspired by the Bauhaus with bold, contemporary architecture. Nestled between old garment buildings and new high-rises, FXCollaborative created a balance between the two by designing a tower that pairs an ample amount of windows that are known to grace the facades of new condominiums, with brick segments that can be found in nearby factories. Articulated volumes and a banded glass-and-brick facade create a distinctive profile that sets the building apart and references the older loft buildings from the early 19th century.
The building pays homage to what was once deemed the Flower District; the NOMA’s 1,700-square-foot landscaped terrace features large planters filled with flowers and trees, in addition to a dining table, grill and benches. Residents also have access to an extensive set of amenities including a 24/7 doorman attended lobby, landscaped terrace with multiple seating areas and an outdoor kitchen, library lounge, and state-of-the-art fitness center.
These 55 stunning residences range from one bedroom to three bedrooms with interiors that mix attractive, sleek lines with natural and warm materials.